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following the brutal blow by super storm sandy. details coming up. >> and later, asleep at the wheel? the surprising accusations against metro drivers. fox 5 morning news starts right now. >> this is fox 5 morning news. >> there's a live look at the lincoln memorial. another cool morning. i'm not even going to say that. you can just expect the mornings to be cool. after all, it is thursday november 1st. >> wow. >> good morning everybody. i'm tony per kin s. >> and i'm al allyson. >> severon middle and southern middle all remain closed today.
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in frederick county maryland lieu ee town maryland will be closed. >> thanks for the weather forecast he is going to deliver to us right now. >> you're welcome. if my house were a school, it would be closed today. >> all right. let's get to the forecast. things looking better here. sunshine later this afternoon. limited sunshine. not a great looking day but we continue to trend. things slowly wind down after the big storm. 46 in washington. 41. 46 d bwi marshal. there are a couple showers across the northern tier of our viewing area maybe even a flurry. and this will be with us early today. lots of clouds to start the day with a couple light sprinkles. by midday we'll start to see improving in the
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sky conditions and limited sunshine. cool, high temperatures will only be in the mid 50s this afternoon. chilly start to your day and cool this afternoon with highs in the mid 50s. definitely bring a jacket as you head out the door. that's a look at weather. let's look at traffic. >> all right. once again the current sky fox joining us in virginia giving us a bird's eye view out there. accident on i 95. that accident activity has been cleared. our lanes are open. let's take that shot. slow go northbound continuing up towards that accident scene. we'll take it inside. the accident activity cleare here on northbound on i 95 but traffic will slow again leading route 1 towards the parkway. back inside, a lot happening on the roads again this morning. very much a busy commute with accident activity. two car fender bender tying up the right lane.
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that's how it rolls from branch avenue towards the bridge. minor fender bender at east capple street. northbound kennel worth. stay to the right in order to get through. and wrapping up with a car fire. rescue units on the scene. between 424 and route 3. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> officials continue to investigate what caused a large warehouse fire in northwest dc overnight. >> the fire started late last night between mors and 4th streets. melanie is live at the scene now with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: good morning. that clarification is really important. we are talking about the old union terminal market. it is the brick building that you can see above the white parts of the building. this warehouse dates back to 1931.
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but it is not the new union market that opened up fan fair about a month ago. we want to be clear on the difference between the two buildings. the other one is not far from here. we can see smoke coming off the top of the building. that is steam which just goes to show you how intense this fire was last night. we were able to catch some of the scene last night when things were really getting going. firefighters got here around 10:30. and they went in to the first floor and then things got a little dicey you might say. because it is a warehouse, it can be a very high risk situation. here's what the deputy chief had to say about that. >> warehouses are dangerous for a lot of reason. one of them is they are kept secure. they are
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hard to get in. the second thing is that there's a lot of materials to look in a very small space. if a fire does start, it can spread very quickly and that appears to be what happened here. the fire spread quickly and very challenging to put out. >> so what they had to do was evacuate 50 firefighters. it was 15 very tense minutes until they got them out and reassessed and attack the fire from the outside. just until about 3:30 in the morning to put it out and get it under control. they had everything locked down and waiting for day lights to get investigators in there and figure out how extensive the damage is and what caused this fire. >> thank you. >> we are still following sandy's aftermath up and down the east coast. the storm is blamed for more than 70 deaths and more than 6 million people are still living without power. there's some small signs of
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progress in the hard hit new york area. jfk and newark airports are open. and limited subway service began this morning. new york city police officers are checking cars coming in to new york on the four bridges over the east river. this was the scene at the brooklyn bridge. in an effort to cut down on gridlock. cars had to have three people in them in order to be let in to the city. >> we talked about progress there in new york city. but just a little fwurt south new jersey still a disaster zone. >> going to be a long road back for an area dealing of floods, fires, no food and toxic water. joins us live with more, good morning, jennifer this is a smal summertime beach community. beloved by the people and families coming here for decades.
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the national guard is in this community as we are. take a look at what is left behind. when sandy hit here, hit with such force. looking like a series of hollywood explosions. sending the floors into smitherines. beginning today, residents and businesses will be able to file for federal assistance. but everyone knows this is one small step on a long road to recovery. >> president obama spent part of the day wednesday getting a firsthand look at new jersey areas ravaged by the storm. the state has 127 miles of shore line. most of it left in shambles. >> it's caused a lot of devastation. a lot of people are going to be out of work. there's going to be a lot of work. it was bad. it was real bad. >> the president, the governor
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and other officials assessed the damage. assured the state of the government's support. >> what i can promise you is the federal government will be working closely as possible and we will not quit until this is done. >> the state has several coastal areas that fuel $35 billion tourism industry. board walk inside ruins. the damage striking a cripple blow to the state's economy. >> all the fun time pier, nothing is left. all the rides are torn down, everything. >> the damage is minor compared to the things that are irreplaceable. >> if you look to your right, to your left, those are the things that can't be replaced. >> we did see ghosts and goblins inland yesterday. the governor has rescheduled halloween to monday. back to you guys. >> thank you.
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>> tragedy struck during storm recovery efforts at home. a contractor was killed when a tree fell on him in home wood road yesterday afternoon. two ambulance strike teams from maryland headed out to new jersey to help out with the recovery effort there. the crews are going to egg harbor township. each team consists of five ambulances and a supervisor. patient evacuation ands 911 emergency responses. three days after sandy. our region is just a few outages. most in northern virginia. that is welcome news for people dreading days in the dark. a little later we're going to check in with officials to find out if we lucked out this time >> five days until voters hit
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the polls. and today president obama will make up for lost time heading back out on the campaign trail. scheduled in wisconsin, nevada, colorado. the latest fox news polls shows the two candidates locked in a tie at 47% each. gop nominee mitt romney will be back in battleground virginia today. the former governor is scheduled to rally in virginia beach. it is a make up visit after he canceled three events sunday. mitt romney spent the day in florida concentrating on the victims of hurricane sandy. and more than 19 million people already have voted in the up coming election by mail or in person. no votes will be counted until november 6th. voting picked back up in maryland after a two day suspension. there was a big turn out in buoy. hours were extended through tomorrow again
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because of sandy. >> some other top stories this morning, stanford county sheriffs stepped up the hunt for lawrence stewart. accused of trying to kill his ex girlfriend and police officers tuesday morning. no one was hurt. stewart may be driving a red hyundai accent or white nissan altima with pennsylvania plates. police released a sketch for the suspect wanted in a shooting that killed a woman and injured her firefighter husband. the man is believed to be in his early 20s. the shootings happened friday on a foot path. the firefighter and his wife were walking a dog and started firing the shots. so far investigators have not released a motive. >> getting to know tim cain.
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former mayor, governor and chair. now, he wants to represent you. >> still ahead, in depth with the candidate and one on one interview. >> a violent halloween park including gunshots on a college campus. >> we'll take another live look outside as we head to break. that's a pretty picture. latest weather and traffic coming up next. right now 12 minutes after 7:00. i count on social security. and i don't want washington politicians like george allen... privatizing it. if george allen wants to risk his own money on wall street... that's fine. but i don't want him risking mine. george allen just isn't watching out for us. anncr: the democratic senatorial campaign committee is... responsible for the content of this advertising. hey! hey, baby.
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seemed a bit extreme. so i looked into it. turns out, romney doesn't oppose contraception at all. in fact, he thinks abortion should be an option in cases of rape, incest, or to save a mother's life. this issue's important to me, but i'm more concerned about the debt our children will be left with. i voted for president obama last time, but we just can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. welcome back. it's 7:15. a 15-year-old killed in a tragic accident. christina morris was hit by a car while walking to high school yesterday morning. this happened at a busy intersection. police believed the driver had the right of way. grief counselors were brought in
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to the school. >> violence breaks out in los angeles. a shooting broke out not far from hollywood's carnival. in the meantime, four people were shot at a party on the usc campus. two people were arrested. >> and a plan to take boarder smuggling to new heights turned out to be a big gust. tried to use ramps to drive an suv over 14 foot boarder fence. the vehicle got stuck at the top. boarder agents got to the scene but two suspects already fled back in to mexico. >> doesn't seem like the best plan. >> no, it doesn't. seems like when they were making that plan, they believed the tv commercials about how these cars can climb and do anything. >> those aren't out yet. >> weather is gradually
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improving. it's been slow go. got a little sun yesterday, a little more today. by tomorrow, we'll finally be in the clear here. one more day of transition. still got a lot of clouds and a couple showers. >> no complaints from the trick or treating in my hood. >> did you get some? >> oh, yeah. it was just enough good weather. >> i didn't have any at my house. cause i didn't have any power. >> hopefully today. >> that's why they didn't come to your house. >> hopefully today. >> i keep seeing the number one to one and that one down to you. >> how about this? that is a pretty picture. >> i've gone months without power. >> that is gorgeous and that is the theme. clouds and sunshine from time to time. we have a few sprinkles out there. just a few sunrise and enjoy. we're going to go back this weekend.
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we're falling back. sunrise will be an hour earlier. radars north and west out towards winchester. one or two sprinkles there of the viewing area. and most of the shower activity should be limited today. all right. let me show you what's going on. left overs of sandy and upper level disturbance. just a few showers out there. you saw in the live shot. mix of clouds. sunshine splashing through. cool afternoon high temperatures. only going to make it back into the 50s. 46 right now in washington. 39 in leonard town. 42 in salsbury. definitely jacket weather here to stay for the next couple days as we're going to be cooler in the afternoon and colder at night. >> excellent. looks fine. >> better and better. >> let's go to julie.
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she's keeping her eyes on the roadway. >> hey, you guys. northbound on long i 95 has cleared. lanes are open. you are still in a big back up. and check out the drive on 395. it's heavy and slow continuing northbound out towards the pentagon. traffic across the 14th street bridge checking for a stalled car. this is eastbound 66 approaching fair oaks. stalled car moved out of the roadway. overall delays continue from 234 south. fair oaks headed in towards 123 and approaching the capitol beltway. we just mentioned the stalled car before the 3rd street tunnel. activity has cleared. stalled car in the left lane southbound delays with lanes open. still dealing with a car fire inbound out of anapolis. you'll find the activity between 424 and route 3. delays now for those
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continuing out of walder. heavy volume along 301. the accident activity is tying up most of the roadway at bryant town road. stay to the right. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanks. it is just about 7:20 right now. thursday morning. coming up next, asleep at the wheel? allegations against dozens metro bus drivers. >> the way to spend a friday. a look at an annual fall event. 7:20. we'll be back. anncr: which do you believe?
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disturbing discovery. metro bus drivers caught sleeping on camera. 67 metro bus drivers were filmed with their eyes closed nodding or sleeping between august of 2010 through february of this year.
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records show only one driver faced disciplinary action which was a suspension and 8 pulled off their routes. nearly half of the incidents happened when drivers were are working swing shift that day. >> a report by federal investigators is expected to be released today regarding the handling of the $6 billion toll road project by the washington airport's authority. reports yesterday a top official retired. the report is said to blame much of the problems with the project on that official. the report is expected to show that employees of the airport's authority may have benefited from contracts from certain companies. >> and finally, traffic alert for drivers in northwest. beginning tonight at 6:30, the rescheduled 26 annual high heel race will mean multiple road closures. the full list is on your screen. includes parts of
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17th street, q street, r street and corquin church and riggs street. should be back open by 11:00. >> still ahead, one on one with virginia's tim cain. >> the candidate joins us live to look at the state of the race with less than a week to go. >> but first, november has arrived and off to a chilly start. we'll get the latest weather and traffic from tucker and julie coming up next. it is 7:25.
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46 degrees to start off our thursday morning. and tucker is here with us once again. >> morning. it's a little chilly. another cool afternoon. yesterday with sunshine we only
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worked into the low to mid 50s. bring along a jacket here.weathe future. all right. there's a live look at your satellite radar. looks like it's raining but most is not touching the ground. we have moisture out there and lots of cloud cover to start your day. can't rule out the possibility of a light shower or sprinkle. just be ready for that. the trend later today will be to work sunshine in the forecast. not going to be a beautiful day but peeks or periods of sunshine. all right. there's a look at your accu weather 7 day forecast. 55 degrees. lots of sunshine. dc united saturday night . temperature wise it's going to be on the cool side. jackets are here to stay for the next 7 days. >> at least. maybe several months. >> or maybe the next 6 months. >> that's a little bonus to get
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dc united this weekend. let's go to julie. >> hey, you guys. busy again this morning with a lot going on. let's get right to it. a new accident to report this time around. a portion of albermil road. car took out a utility poll. northbound on dc. stalled car in place . expect heavy delays headed north. still dealing with a car fire westbound on route 50 as you work your way out towards route 3. left lane blocked. lanes are open on 50 continuing out of river dale headed in to northeast. work your way through clinton up towards the capital beltway. northbound leonard town at bryant town road, stay to the right to get by. >> with less than a week to go
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from election day -- and for virginia's u.s. senate candidates, it's the final stretch. the latest poll show tim cain holding a lead up 50 to 46. that lead is smaller than it was weeks ago. we sat down with george allen to talk about cam ads to what's on his i pod. >> did you watch last week when we had george allen on? talked about a lot of different issues. and also talk about personal things as well. not too personal. but with five days to go now and it's been a year and a half at least. >> 19 months. >> 19 months. are you happy with where your campaign is right now? have you done everything you can do? >> we've run the race i wanted to run. this is my 8th race. you want to put
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your own -- make sure people understand who you are and why you are running. talking about economic access. a congress that's so gridlock that people won't compromise. we've run that kind of race. >> the last two seem to deal with that theme working together. also talking about your record, your past if you will. your work overseas. seems that's very important . >> it is. i have -- i kind of got started in public service 30 years ago and that put me on a path of trying to serve others. whether it was a civil rights attorney, this is a path i've been on. and the last two ads i don't talk about my opponent. what i've done and what i hope to do.
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that main theme of let's bring people together to find results, i did it as a nonpart son mayor and republican legislative leaders. >> at the level in the senate, do you think you would be able to work with a romney white house? >> i would be able to work with anyone who is president and i would consider any president my partner. i'm a supporter of president obama. but my first three years, president bush was president. we disagreed on a number of issues, i would never have defined myself as a destruction. we worked together on rail to dulles. when the president wanted governors to stand up and support his desire to get a line item veto in terms of the budget, i supported the president on that. i will always look to partner with the president. >> when governor allen came out of the gate with energy.
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talked about producing our own energy and coal and how you were not a friend to the coal industry in virginia. what is your stand on renewable energy drilling off the coast? >> i did an energy plan when i was governor that called for drilling off the coast. that happened when i was governor. i permitted a work very hard to a state-of-the-art facility in southwest virginia that's just opened in the last month. george allen never did that. i did. and when he says i'm not a friend of paul, you can look at a $1.8 billion investment. that i had a lot to do with. so i understand that he's going to make those attacks. the difference is i support alternatives and he does not. he ridicules wind and solar and i say they are the energy
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investments of the future. 66,000 virginia i can't know. we should be selling them rather than buying them. >> do you have a position on the limit to drilling say off the coast? it does seem like he's positioning himself as the pro energy candidate. >> well, he is but he was in the senate for 6 years with two republican houses. what happened in terms of energy off the coast? nothing. we put a plan in place when i was governor that called for energy first exploration off shore. i support a bill that is co sponsored by warner and web that would allow energy off ore shore. that's an important point. but i have a track record in this area as governor whether it's renewables or using all of our resources in
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virginia. >> before the break, i want to talk about job creation and taxes. no matter who you talked to, these seem to be on the mind all across the country. what is the plan here? how folks are going to get back to work. >> short-term, invest in infrastructure. that's why i fought so hard for rail. light rail and other key passenger rail and freight rail projects. second, we got to win the brainpower race. my main belief is win the talent race, win the economic race. prek, k-12. and level the playing field for small businesses. so many small businesses, pay federal corporate income tax. we have to level the playing field. if you do those things, you grow the economy and figure out the right way to get our budget in balance. there's a right way to do it and a wrong way to do it.
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we have different approaches. >> in the last 30 seconds and i will carry this over but the tax issue. that is the big elephant in the room. there's that ad out the $17,000. >> which everybody has debunked. let the bush tax cuts expire for people who make more than $500,000. if you let that tax cut expire over $500,000, you raise $500 billion over the next 10 years and that's the way we can avoid cuts. very simple plan. my opponent opposes it. that makes the deficit worse without helping the economy. >> you mentioned defense cuts. when we come back we'll talk about other issues. >> okay. >> we're going to take a quick break. we'll be right back with more. more. anncr: every president inherits challenges.
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welcome back. we are again sitting down with former virginia governor tim kaine talking about some of the issues. five days to go. before i ask you about sequestration, no one would argue that to win this seat you have to win virginia and the hampton roads area. you are fighting for the whole state. what is the whole message for some of the virginiaians we
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don't talk about? >> i served statewide. it's so diverse. i have friends that are high tech execs, farmers in south side. i live in richmond where i was mayor. it's an amazing state. in this race, what surprised me is wherever i go and throughout the race, same three issues. how we're going to grow the economy. and how can we find common ground. virginiaians understand if our ideas are perfect. but democrats won't vote for our idea. congress wants to get in the way of the president. it's really about putting people in congress. who have got an inclination that says they can listen and compromise, they can disagree but maintain a relationship so you agree on something else tomorrow. that's the issue that comes up again and again. >> with that said let's talk
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about sequestration. the defense spending, some say it would be devastating if these cuts were put into place. >> it would be. >> your opponent was quoted you as saying this is the right thing to do. we heard make a deal to save the budget or default for the first time. george allen. bob mcdonald who was a veteran and i and erik and president obama and john and the u.s. chamber of commerce, default is not an option even if the deal is ugly. mcdonald was asked you were on tim kaine's side. the result would be an international fiscal collapse. i did support a deal rather than a default but don't support defense cuts. a very specific plan to avoid them. we can
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avoid these cuts, let the bush tax cuts expire as they were intended to expire. fix medicare so we can negotiate over the price of prescription drugs and take away the tax subsidies. if you do those two things, now you don't need to find a trillion dollars of cuts. you need to find $235 billion of targeted savings over 10 years and everyone says we can do that. the secretary says we can find savings but don't give us a number that's too ugly or make us save on the wrong things rather than the right things. i put a specific plan on the table. each of these elements are compromises. now is the time for compromise and specifics. not just shaking your fist and saying these cuts will be bad. let's solve them. >> it's well documented that you and george allen are friends. >> it's a small club. the governors of virginia , there's
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only 9 of us. and i know george and susan, his children and he knows ann and my kids. we are very different in our political philosophies. but personally we've gotten along fine. >> what do you like about him? >> one thing i like about george is a lot of people treat campaigning as if they are under going root canal. always out on the trail and out there enjoying making his case. as sincere as i am in mine. just are sharp differences in terms of the way we think the commonwealth should go. >> we talked about the lightning round. favorite movie? >> citizen cane or chinatown. >> old school. >> yeah. >> how about music? >> all right. it's been a pleasure talking to you. five days we'll be right here watching.
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hopefully you can get some rest. okay. now, what are we doing? weather. one former weather boy. and one current weather boy. good morning guys. >> good morning. thank you governor for being on the show. let me say about this about the weather. the sun coming up, i'd take hope from that. >> you should. going to get sunshine today. not going to be a terrible day. the theme is clouds around. left overs with sandy spinning out there. kind of a mix of clouds, sunshine working in and cool highs in the 50s. definitely bring a jacket. want to remind you we're falling back saturday night early sunday morning. extra hour to snooze. but the sun will be setting an hour earlier starting sunday afternoon. the sunsets at about 5:10 sunday afternoon. that will be the big change. let's talk local weather and we're doing fine. we have a few light
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showers across the viewing area. most of the area in on the cloud cover with a few breaks. could be a few sprinkles north and west. and even a few flurries well out to the west early this morning. all right. looking at our forecast highs today. that's cool for this time of year. it is november 1st but in the 60s for the first day of november. 55 in washington. upper 40s north and west. so definitely jacket weather . the trend is more and more sunshine over the next couple days. >> thank you, sir. julie standing by to tell us what's going on, on the roads. what's happened this week, each day more and more traffic. >> yeah, obviously a lot of folks that were able to stay put. we needed them to do on monday and tuesday because of the storm and because of the clean up. but you are right. as the week continues to build so do the accidents. we have problems out here. we have some
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areas under water. right now it's accident activity causing problems here. this is blocked off in each direction between old gunpowder and route 1. 295, 95 both. stalled car northbound approaching the left side. trying to make exit through northeast. traveling northbound on 301 you are tied up. northbound 5 delays again exit out of clinton. but out of charles county, two car fender bender northbound on lynn arrested town -- linard town road. no accidents southbound on 270. lane is open but the pace is slow. wall to wall traffic out of german town. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> we're both online looking up
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gorillas. >> that's tim's favorite. >> they are cartoon characters. i don't know the music. 7:46 now. and coming up next, celebrating friday one day early. >> holley is live with a look at annual fall tradition. good morning. >> reporter: we try to extend the weekend as long as possible today. we're here to tell you you need to come here tomorrow because it is indeed the first friday of the month. and that's always special when it comes to the town. we are live this morning at king's street coffee. firsthand why you need to shop, eat and help a good cause in the process live next on fox 5 morning news. stay with us.  we had a good group of people. good group of employees out there. this was a booming place. and mitt romney and bain capital turned it in to a junk yard. i was suddenly, 60 years old. i had no health care.
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mainly i was thinking about my family. how am i going to take care of my family. he promised us the same things he's promising the united states. and he'll give you the same thing he gave us. nothing. anncr: priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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the day. faith. >> thanks for the fine job covering sandy earlier this week. log on to facebook page and leave a comment under faith's picture. >> love the picture. thank you, faith. from antiques to apples. if you want to get a taste for fall, take a trip to leesburg. >> always a great place. it's fun if you happen to come on the first friday of the month. look at that. we are live here this morning at king's street coffee. i happen to be with the mayor of leesburg herself. >> great coffee. >> we always cheers great coffee. let's talk about these first fridays. they come up and what's the real purpose behind
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them. >> about 15 years ago, a number of galleries got together and they decided to have a first friday gallery walk. and in the last 15 years, it's expanded. so now, it's not just art galleries, it's our small shops. it's music at at least 25 different venues. so the restaurants are involved. there's wine and cheese tastings. >> why is something like this so good for a community? >> it brings everybody downtown. it's a very family friendly event. it's a good event for young professionals to come to. a lot of our retired folks love to come down. it's a lot of activity. a lot of music in every venue. all kinds of music. opera, bluegrass, classical rock. rock and roll.
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barbershop quartet. >> at thise as you all are coming together, you are doing it for a good cause. can you tell me about that? >> this is for backpack buddies. put together healthy snacks for our public school system. so bring a healthy snack downtown tomorrow night. give it to your merchant. they will make sure it gets to the public school system. >> this is not our breakfast. just an example. we just wanted to show this because it's different than bringing usual canned good items. all right. thank you. i'm taking my coffee and moving on. great to see you as always. thank you for hosting us. making my way over to michael. good morning to you. >> hi, how are you? >> maybe we can get him a cup of coffee too. you put together a table of what people can
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experience when they come out to first fridays. >> sure. we have a whole array of stuff. we've got clothing stores, accessories, antique stores. pretty much the whole gamete of things. >> i know people, michael. look at that. here we go. what do you think that leesburg has that other areas don't have? >> they have this sense, it's a small community, home town kind of feeling. people have pride in the community and stuff. when they come down, they are supporting the local merchants. >> why has it been important for you? >> it's been great to be part of the whole atmosphere of downtown and the historic part of it. >> a lot of the shops stay open till later than normal. >> normally 9:00. >> and sometimes they have special deals? >> yes, different shops have different things going on every
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time. we have like a wheel that we spin for different prizes and stuff. different ones do 10% off discounts. different things throughout. >> is there anything on this table that catches your eye? >> there's a lot of things especially with christmas coming and stuff. we've got boots. beautiful handbags. >> are these for yourself? >> no, no. for my wife. >> just checking. i was interested in this over here. this bacon versus to fu. >> yes. >> does tofu ever win against bacon? >> i'm not sure. >> i don't think many things win when they are up against bacon. i want to show you the diversity of things available. michael, thank you so much. it's been a lot of fun here this morning. they do it every month of the year with the exception of
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january. if you can't make it out tomorrow, there's 11 other months to make it out. why this month is the month you should come out. we're heading outside. look at all the people that are gathering for us. in our next hour, a couple restaurants that are going to show case why local apples are in season and good to whip up something fun to eat. and live music. we're going to have our own little concert ourselves. back to you in the studio. >> thanks. >> thousands in our area are still in the dark this morning. ahead at 8:00, restoration efforts. >> plus, are you starring at a big bowl of halloween candy? not in my house. before you nibble your way a bigger size. the fox medical team has advice so you don't get tricked into eating too many treats. [ earnest ] out of the blue one day,
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this is fox 5 morning news. >> back now at 8:00 a.m. the lights are almost all back on in the dc region following
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hurricane sandy. a surprise story for many, pepco, a low number of outages and quick restoration. preparation, good luck, or both? we talk with them just ahead. >> breaking news in the penn state child sex abuse scandal. what he is facing coming up. >> and later, new research shows morities are less likely to be saved from a heart attack by cpr. a look at why that is and what'sbeing done to reverse the trend. good morning i'm tony perkins. >> and i'm allison seymour. >> we have a few school closings to share. these schools that still have no power. lokian elementary. >> also magathy river middle. and southern middle school s all remain closed today in maryland. lewis town elementary also
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closed. check out our web site if you missed any of those. >> all right. tucker is here to tell us what we can expect today. hello, sir. >> more of the same. cloud cover out there . mix a little sunshine in the forecast as well. cool with high temperatures mid 50s. should be in the 60s here for the first day of november. bills to pay. couple showers here in north and west. one or two up near westminster. looks like we've had one. not terribly numerous. widely scattered showers to start your day here. later this afternoon, most of the areas should be dry with this mix of clouds and sun. temperature right now in the 40s. 48 degrees right now at regan national. it is cool. bwi marshal. it will be cool today with highs in the mid 50s. much of your day should be dry here.
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bring along a jacket. as soon as the sun goes down, we're going to be cold. a cool pattern for the next week or so. >> all right. now, where are we? now for a check on traffic. here's julie. >> on time traffic brought to you by toyota. >> all right. on the roads you are going to find very much a busy commute with accident activity in the process of being cleared. heads up if you are traveling up this morning. remains closed. car involved in that accident took out a utility poll. heavy volume due to accident activity and tying up your community between brian town road tying up the left side of the high. leaving cedarville coming through clinton. the trip southbound along 270 quite miserable beginning at 85 headed out towards the exit for the inter loop.
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the focal point is the inter loop of the beltway over to 355. the accident sits in the far right lane. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanks, julie. we are following sandy's aftermath up and down the east coast. the storm is blamed for more than 70 deaths and more than 6 million people are still living without power. but there are some small signs of progress in hard hit new york. today wall street, ark airports are open. and limited subway service began at 6:00 this morning. in the meantime, new york police officers are checking cars coming in to new york on the four bridges over the east river. this is the scene at the brooklyn bridge early this morning in an effort to cut down on gridlock. the mayor announced cars had to have three people in them in order to be let into the city. and we are learning about the deadly
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impact sandy had when she dumped all that snow in west virginia. state officials say five people have died because of the blizzard that dropped more than 2 feet of snow. one of the people who died is republican candidate for the state house. he was killed in a traffic accident. meantime, closer to the metro area, a contractor killed when a tree fell on him while working on homeward road. in the meantime, two ambulance strike teams headed out to new jersey this morning to help out with the recovery efforts there. each team consists of five ambulances and a supervisor. they will assist in things like patient evacuations and 911 emergency responses. >> while our area braced for widespread damage and power outages from sandy, the storm left its mark farther north. pepco and other power companies
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say they were well prepared for sandy. but did we just luck out this time around? joining us by phone is marcus. i have a new story here that says as of 9:15 last night pepco had restored power to all customers who lost service; is that right? >> that's correct. we want to stay humble. there's still damage to the north. but we were really fortunate. very prepared for this storm. we had a lot of lead time. that helped with our restoration effort. >> how many were without power this time around? >> this storm, we restored 130,000 outages. during a snapshot at the height of the storm we had 44,000 customers out. and that breaks down to
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11,000 out in the district. 24,000 in montgomery county. that was our highest and 9,000 customers in prince georges county. >> i do know this storm was different and took that turn. so it didn't impact us as strongly as we thought it might. what do you attribute the fact you were able to restore service so quickly this time around? >> we're really in the third year of reliability plan. tree trimming and hardening of our system. we also drill for this. we do a lot of planning and just work when we don't have a storm so that we're ready to respond to events like this. just a lot of preparation. we were able to get a lot of materials in place. hold meetings. just to really get organized by this storm. nice to have those extra days to prepare and plan. certainly always on the look out
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for an event. >> and you know, since you say that, i should note as you've mentioned you had several days to planned for this. the duracho, you did not. that was more of a freak event that happened suddenly. tell me, can we say that is maybe the new pepco? i know every storm is different but do you think we can expect more of this without unrealistically raising people's expectation snz. >> yeah. i think we are very committed to making sure our customers are happy and have their power restored. we want to restore our customers as quickly and safely as possible. events like this are tests of our planning, of our prophecies. so it's nice to see the changes and this work is making an impact. we have to keep our head down and keep working.
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we're going to stay focused. we're going to continue to work our reliability enhancement plan and continue to drill. and continue to stay alert and prepared for the next event. >> mr. beal, we ask a lot of questions when things go wrong. we figured we should ask questions when things went right. we appreciate it. that's marcus, spokes person . right now the utility is reporting more than 19,000 outages. about 4,000 of those in montgomery, prince georges, calbert. joining us is pg and e vice president. how are you? >> good morning. >> the latest update from you. is my number right ? about 19,000 without power? >> yeah it is. 19,000 without power. we've restored more than 90% within roughly the first 24
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to 36 hours. and we're going to keep at it. we've got a ton of crews in here. just to follow the lead of what you were saying before, we had the opportunity this time to bring in crews. we had asked for about 3,000 out of state lineman and tree contractors. we got close to 2,000. we actually have a couple flowing in but not too many. and we're making significant progress. i think the customers are seeing that. the differentiator here is to let the network in place work to the advantage of the restoration effort. >> i want to ask you if you all are able to estimate when power will be restored? and here's why i'm asking, i have a co worker without power. he thinks now maybe he has power. but he called yesterday and the person he talked to said we don't know.
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>> yeah, i'm sure said a little differently. but we were still assessing the damage on our system yesterday. we did announce last night that we would have the vast majority of our customers restored by tomorrow night and isolated outages that extend into the weekend just because of the destructive nature of the storm. what's important to understand here is we're trying to be conscious of the customer's expectations. in a storm like this, for us to come out with information that may or may not be accurate and when i say that, it's not the desire to get accurate information. it's almost like a surgeon. you can go out, look at the patient and say it's going to take us about a day to restore all service. but when you get in to the operation of restoration and find things you couldn't see. whether it's equipment that doesn't have visible damage but yet is damaged, those one day
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operations can turn in to two or three. unless we have absolute certainty or high confidence in individual outage jobs, we will not be providing that information to customers particularly since we know we're at this point where we're going to be wrapping this up for the vast majority of customers by tomorrow evening. >> very good. i think that's what people want to hear. they want to have some kind of estimate. there you go. vice president with b g and e. thank you for taking the time this morning. >> still ahead at 8:00, up in flames, a wholesale warehouse burns overnight. update on the investigation. first though, back on the campaign trail, president obama tries to make up for lost time and mitt romney heads back to battleground virginia. it is 8:12. we'll be right back . 
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scheduled to hold rallies in wisconsin, nevada and colorado. showed the two candidates locked in a dead heat tied at 47% each. gop nominee, mitt romney will be back in virginia today. massachusetts governor scheduled to rally. make up visit after he had to cancel three events sunday. mitt romney spent the day in florida yesterday concentrating on hurricane sandy. >> more than 19 million people already have voted in the up coming election by mail or in person. no votes will be counted until november 6th. picked back up in maryland yesterday after a two day suspension. there was a big turn out at polling stations. the voting days and hours were extended through tomorrow because of sandy. >> you know, a lot of things were suspended because of sandy. and we didn't have our weather.
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>> no, we did not. >> today it's back. >> excellent. we need this. >> and we're going to make up for it by having cuteness in one picture. time now for photo of the day. and today, we say hello to pre-school in german town maryland. >> how cute. >> 11 of them. >> what school of this? >> kitty care pre-school in german town. >> is that like the best picture ever? great big hello to each one of you. kids from 6 months to five years old. and all turned out yesterday for a very special halloween celebration. >> that's great. is that the teacher? >> apparently so. >> it's my first five. >> a lot of cuteness in there.
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>> those little plastic numbers. and the cheap rubber band. >> and always got them from -- >> i got them from mcquiries. we'll all have the same one on. >> real quick. we have to move on. my son was the dark night version of bat man. i was envy us of his costume. . >> you didn't try it on later did you? >> no but i'm going to look for one. >> they are adorable. >> congratulations and thank you for sending the picture. >> look at buzz light year in the front. >> every one of them is perfect. >> let's do weather. and headed off to school, bring a jacket or sweeter. pre-school starts later. 48 in washington.
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39 in pittsburgh. 43 this morning in new york city. highs in the mid 50s on the cool side. a lot of clouds to start your day. looks like we have showers out there. bring an umbrella here. it's not going to amount to a whole lot. a few 100ths of an inch of rain. this is the left overs of sandy. there's your 7 day. little sun this afternoon . saturday, sunday. sunny but cool with highs in the 50s. that's a look at weather. let's do traffic. happy november. >> happy november. check this camera out . i pulled this up just for you. i thought it was an odd shot after everything we've been dealing with. some areas we are seeing a lighter blue sky. just thought you might like to see this. this is the commute along 395.
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have panned this camera out. 395 delays are stacking up. the hov lanes, they are a little slower than the main line. that's due to a crash before the pentagon. so again, lanes are open on 395. southbound 270 improving out of german town and almost an hour commute headed out towards the capital beltway. the problem is southbound 355 after cedar, an incident there tying up the right side. problems along wires down. kennel worth avenue heavy and slow continuing out towards pennsylvania avenue. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> new this morning, fire officials are investigating the cause of a large warehouse fire that happened overnight. morse and 4th streets near the old union terminal market. crews were called to the scene late
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last night. firefighters had to be evacuated from the building for unsafe conditions. they then had to fight the flames from outside the warehouse. >> top stories now at 8:20. police released this sketch of a suspect want understand a shooting that killed a woman and injured her firefighter husband. the man is believed to be in his early 20s about 6 feet tall with a slim build. the shootings happened friday on a foot path. the firefighter and his wife were walking a dog when the gunman walked by and started firing shots. staff order county sheriffs step up the hunt for lawrence stewart. he is accused of trying to kill his ex girlfriend and two police officers. no one was hurt. stewart may be driving a red hyundai accent with virginia plates or a white
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nissan altima with pennsylvania plates. >> coming up, a halloween tradition. how thousands celebrated last night. >> plus, fresh and local. holly is hanging out in leesburg. we're going to check in back with her later. 8:21 now. [ female announcer ] safeway presents
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i used to love doing this. full force last night in georgetown. the m street celebrations went off without a hitch last night. crowds came from all over to witness the best halloween celebration. that's cool. best celebration. you always have the monkey. >> i can't even get through this. dc police were patrolling the area to ensure everyone had a safe evening. they report no problems occurred at all. that's great. >> did you see that one? he was walking and had the skull and the blood started dripping. he had a blood pack. >> weird. >> halloween in georgia goes patriotic. >> one house kids had to prove
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they know something about the united states. older kids had to answer questions like who the first president was. the homeowner says it's all about showing pride for america. >> this isn't a political statement as much as it is a patriotic statement. let's remember where we are, why we got here and that we should be grateful to still have all of the freedoms that we have. >> the homeowner gives out the big candy bars for reciting the pledge. >> you let the kids run up to the house and stand back. and go up to the house and came running back and they said they gave us toothbrush ands toothpaste. >> that's funny. >> that's kind of cool though. it is. >> they were so disappointed. >> still ahead, mayhem in the morning. >> dave ross joins us with a special guest who is taking a
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george allen is the last thing we need in washington. anncr: the democratic senatorial campaign committee is... responsible for the content of this advertising. would ban all abortions and contraception seemed a bit extreme. so i looked into it. turns out, romney doesn't oppose contraception at all. in fact, he thinks abortion should be an option in cases of rape, incest, or to save a mother's life. this issue's important to me, but i'm more concerned about the debt our children will be left with. i voted for president obama last time,
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but we just can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. making headlines. new developments in the penn state child sex abuse case. former penn state graham spanier is expected to be charged with perjury and obstruction of justice. the paper reports in a grand jury filing that he denied being aware of a 1998 university police investigation of jerry sandusky and claims he was with children in the locker room showers. >> metro bus drivers were caught sleeping on the job. according to the washington examiner, bus drivers were filmed with their eyes closed nodding or sleeping between august of 2010 through february of this year.
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records show only one driver faces any disciplinary action which was a suspension. half of the incidents occurred when drivers were working a swing shift that day. >> just about 15 minutes ago a russian spacecraft was due to land at the international space station. not land at it but arrive at it. this is video of the spacecraft taking off from base earlier this morning. astronauts will repair an ammonia leak at the station. two will leave the spacecraft to make the fix. >> tell me what you said. >> edit that one on the fly. >> they dock. doesn't land. it locked. >> still, amazing. >> although it's routine now. going up there docking
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. >> i see it as that scene out of star wars where they are at the space bar. all the different beings. remember that? >> it's not like that. >> no. just to set the record straight. >> yeah. although, who knows? i think mickey mouse is going to make an appearance. >> this is the control room's way of saying move along. when the graphics precede what you are doing. >> highs are only going to be in the mid 50s. yesterday mid 50s. more of the same today with cloud cover out there. peeks of sunshine. all right. little upper level disturbance coming through. a few light showers this morning. could bring an umbrella. most of your day will be dry. we have a few sprinkles and light showers across the region north and west. we have a couple snow flurries flying out and pushing pennsylvania this morning. all of this, the remnants of sandy
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and upper level disturbance squeezing out as it moves through the region. temperatures, i mentioned the cool. 48 in washington. 41 in leonard town . high temperatures nlth and west will be in the upper 40s. mid 50s this afternoon if we get sunshine. there's your 7 day. little sun this afternoon. still a lot of clouds around. things get better tomorrow. saturday, sunday. that's november weather. lots of sunshine turning the corner next week. we have a big election on tuesday. right now partly sunny. could be a coastal storm developing early next week. okay. that's a look at weather. back to you at the desk. >> thank you, sir. still ahead, the holiday eating season begins. we're going to check in with the medical team for ways to prevent the annual tradition of packing on the pounds. we all do it. >> so good this time of year. >> also. tim tebow stepping
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welcome back. 8:36. tim tebow may have a new woman in his life.
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tebow is reportedly dating kamilla bell. the couple were caught on camera at a bowling alley in jacksonville, florida. they were seen holding hands and affection nately touching during their time on the town. >> there is a theme. >> she likes good boys. >> who happen to be hunks. >> yeah. did you see this? >> i did not. >> reality show star chloe karsashian made debut as new co host as the x factor. last night's episode was the first live gig of the season for the new talent searching show. the top 16 contestants sang their way through in hopes of landing their way to the top 12. i got to start watching again.
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>> clee ee chloe did a decent job. >> at this point you need a host. they helped it along. >> okay. good. still ahead this morning, the fox medical team tells us why location is key when it comes to getting lifesaving cpr. the results of a new study might shock you. >> holley is spending the morning in leesburg. >> reporter: we are live in leesburg. the green tree is playing right now. one of many groups that will be playing tomorrow night because it is first friday. it's a tradition here in leesburg that brings out everybody. coming up, two restaurants that will show us what they are cooking up. we're going to show you why you don't want to miss it.
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time for your facebook fan of the day.
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today we say hello to fay griffith gobble. she says thanks for the fine job covering sandy earlier this week. we appreciate that truly and thank you for watching and your family and friends there as well. log on to facebook page and leave a comment under fay's picture. >> one community puts a new handle on the harvest. >> from apples to frickles. locally sources food and unique things you can do with it. holley has more. >> what's an frickle. >> can i guess? >> reporter: go ahead. >> is it a fried pickle? >> reporter: could be. if you come out tomorrow night, you can taste one for yourself. and sample the wonderful sounds which we're hearing this morning.
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musical groups that are playing tomorrow night playing at the pink shop. they are brothers and describe their sound as acoustic shenanigans. and we are also enjoying wonderful taste of leesburg thanks to two different restaurants. chef at the wine kitchen. good morning to you. do you often cook to live music? >> not actually but something i can get used to. >> i know. i can get used to this whole thing too. we're talking about using local apples and locally sourced food. >> absolutely. we try to get everything in from 100 mile radius using everything we can. >> so for first fridays, you are cooking up what? >> one of our signature dishes here. sage yenoke. a little garlic and butter. >> so you are going to whip
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that up. >> yes, ma'am. >> now, would be a good time. we turn that on. your apples, what kind are these. >> red delicious apples. local butternut squash we get. >> did you make this yourself? >> oh, yes. we make about 1,000 of these a week. >> oh, wow. that's a signature dish that's popular. >> oh, yeah. >> and a dessert as well. >> apples napolian. apple butter and apple cider syrup and candied apples we're going to layer with pastry. a little house made whip cream. a little powdered sugar, cinnamon. and nut me go. >> work-up what you can. good morning to you
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. >> good morning. >> what do you have going for us? >> for first friday, we have live music. >> you're used to cooking with live music. >> not that early in the day. usually pretty late. over 150 different craft brews from all over america. a few wine choices and then we do our very famous frickles right here. fried pickles. >> ah-ha, tony. you figured it out. >> what makes them good? >> the crunchiness and the juice on the inside. >> is there something special about the seasoning? >> how our secret seasoning. serve it with our brew sauce. a little on the spicy side. meshes well. >> can i try one? >> absolutely. this is my first frickle.
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glad i could experience it in leesburg. what do you like about first fridays? >> it's awesome. all these people come out and catch up with people. always so busy. and it's awesome. all my team is great. my employees and we all get along. >> i get a sense there's a really good energy about first friday. >> yeah. you know what, these rock. they are so good. >> glad you like them. they are very popular . really famous for those. we have our pulled pork. and our salads of course. >> oh, my gosh. how is the dessert coming over there? >> wonderful. hope you are hungry. >> we are always hungry. is our web site. every month they have something special going on with shops and restaurants. everything is open until 9:00. live music. every month except for
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january. coming up in our next hour, we're going to do wine and dessert. that's part of first fridays too. back to you. >> bring me something. all that looks good . all right. thanks. >> dave ross is here. we're going to talk sports. also you are here because you were going to have a guest with you this morning. >> had him on the show. he's stuck in traffic . if not, we'll tape something for a later show. big fight coming up in two weeks in atlantic city. and with all the way sandy just wreaked havoc, the fight is still on at the board walk there in atlantic city. the fight is on as of right now. if he wins that fight, maybe we're talking about a heavy weight championship bout. a big game coming up here on sunday. the redskins trying to get back in the win column. if they do, they'll have to stop
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cam newton. a guy that rgiii has been fairly or unfairly compared with in his rookie year. cam came on last year and took the nfl by norm. 14 rushing touchdowns and around here as you know, people say rgiii runs too much. he's going to get hurt cause he doesn't have the same size. cam is a bigger guy. they have designed boots and roll outs for cam. when asked about cam newton and the comparisons, rgiii said there are similarities but i'd rather be compared with guys like aaron rogers who have won superbowls. he's all about winning. cam newton there's been talk about his body language and his sweaters. looks like he stole bill cos
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bee's wardrobe. >> my son says what is he wearing? >> hopefully people will be talking about bradley beal with the wizards. made his debut on tuesday night. he'll have home opener saturday here back at the verizon center. i thought he looked okay. knocked down first two, three pointers but missed his final 6 shots. picked and ripped for an easy dunked. and the wizards lost. what i liked about him is that as a 19-year-old, he took his first performance to heart. he said look, i wasn't there men alley or physically. it's unacceptable. this is not the bradley you are going to see. i'm just a rocky. he said no --
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rookie. one of the leagues up and coming teams. we didn't think houston we'd keep an eye on. they have jeremy lin. we all talked about him last year. he left new york to go to h town. 12 points and 8 assists. they call him the beard . can you see the beard on james hardon. one of the best beards in the league. i think he has a twitter account that's just the beard. >> takes emphasis off the fohawk. >> 37 points, 4 steals and got an $80 million contract. >> what? >> we're in the wrong profession people. >> not really cause i can't play ball. >> i guess i am too. that's why we're all here. we don't have the $80 million. >> but the wizards weren't on the other night. >> saturday night right here. should be a good
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atmosphere. >> thank you. >> a disturbing new study about cpr. dina with the fox federal team joins us live with some of the reasons why. good morning. this is going to be shocking to some people. it was to me. good morning. >> reporter: yeah. good morning. this is a study out in the new england journal of medicine that says if you collapse in a poor african american neighborhood, you're about half as likely to get cpr if you are to collapse in an affluant white neighborhood. it's not about race. it's really a question about know how and training. the expense of learning cpr is one of the discouraging factors and we talked to an expert that said cpr, everybody should be learning it because it is one of the simplest things you can do and save a life. you can almost increase
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survival rate by twofold. it's very simple. it's cheap and easy. when you learn to tie your shoe laces, you should learn about compressions and cpr. >> and in fact, the american heart association is doing chest compression only cpr. not worried about the mouth to mouth any more. 100 beats per minute to the tune of staying alive. they've simplified the process. what this highlights is more people need to be trained. this needs to be not something for the affluant. your heart stops. most people will die if they don't get cpr. >> right. okay. we'll see how they try to get the word out. let's switch gears. thanksgiving and christmas weeks away. the season is here. talking about the holiday creep. what is that?
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>> reporter: the holiday creep starts right here. they call them fun size candy bars but eat too many of these and you are no longer a fun size when it comes january. this does kick off really the season of eating. all this halloween candy and then into thanksgiving and the parties and by the end of it all, statistically we gain a pound or a little more. the problem is we never lose it. and it accumulates. talk to an expert that says you have to get rid of the halloween candy. do a buy back program. get a good deal of it out of the house. and the second thing they can do and this is old school. sounds simple. you write down everything you are eating. very good technique to keep track of your calories and helps you with your will power. helps you with temptation. when you know you have to write it down, you might
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be less likely to over indulge. these days, if you have a smart phone, get that app and keep track of all your calories just like that. or you can use a pen and a piece of paper. >> you know what, honestly, when i talked to folks, that is what my secret is. write it down. doesn't look so pretty on paper. >> yeah. and when i talked to people who are successful with maintaining a healthy weight people who have lost weight, they are meticulous with keeping track. you feel empowered too. don't feel so restricted . >> i agree. thank you so much. happy beginning of the holiday season. >> you too. thanks. >> all right. >> works for me. to some extent. >> it is 8:54 on this thursday morning. coming up, a lot of people in need in dc. how you can help keep them warm this
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winter. at least five people killed in west virginia as snow blanketed the state causing numerous accidents. among them a candidate for the house of delegates. a live update when we come back. anncr: which do you believe? whwhat mitt romney's tv ads say about women? or what mitt romney himself says? mitt romney: do i believe the supreme court... should overturn roe v. wade? yes. and it would be my preference that they, that they... reverse roe v. wade. hopefully reverse roe v. wade. overturn roe v. wade. planned parenthood, we're going to get rid of that. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. anncr: no matter what mitt romney's ads say. we know what he'll do. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message.
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this is fox 5 morning news. >> right now at 9:00, killer snow in west virginia. at least five people are dead. among them, a candidate for the house of delegates. we are chatting live with the director of emergency services for an update on the treacherous conditions. >> and speaking of sandy, if your trees and garden didn't weather the storm, derek thomas is here with clean up tips. plus, how to protect your plants from future weather damage. >> on the trail and on the tv, the candidates takeover the airwaves. what's true? what you need to know about the ads ahead. >> and later, knock knock.
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a group of trickster s giving out treats instead of receiving them. we'll show you their reverse trick or treating later this hour. >> don't know what's going on there. >> good morning i'm tony perkins. >> and i'm allison seymour. >> tucker barns is down in the weather center and has decent information about today's forecast. >> things gradually getting better. >> a lot of clouds with a couple showers. a little sun in today and we'll be putting up with the cool temperatures for a few days. into the weekend, more and more sunshine. couple light showers to the east. to the north up in carol county, a couple showers. and out to the west a few scattered showers. all because of a


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